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searunner
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May 20, 2014 searunner commented on Twitter Is So Fucking Delicious Right Now.
Philly Pride should extend joint invitations to Santorum, Scalia, and Judge Jones to be Grand Marshalls of this year's Pride Parade.
Apr 24, 2014 searunner commented on It's Official: Washington State's Schools Are Very, Very Bad.
@8 I always felt "No Child Left Behind" really meant "No Child Going Anywhere"
Apr 4, 2014 searunner commented on NBA Basketball Is Coming to Seattle One Way Or Another, Hansen Says.
@13 are you forgetting that Steve Balllmer is part of Hansen's ownership group?
Mar 20, 2014 searunner commented on Dispatch from the Bay Area.
@8 According to Paul Campos at the Univ of Colorado for working age adults (18-69) for every 10 workers there are only 3 jobs that pay more than $30,000.
Mar 19, 2014 searunner commented on After Lengthy Battle, Seattle Regulates Its Rideshares.
Did Steger provide any documentation of her contact with city and state officials?
Mar 13, 2014 searunner commented on Mark Driscoll Battles Integrity in the American Jesus Madness Bracket.
@2 or you could follow it yourself...
Mar 11, 2014 searunner commented on Tom Douglas Talks About How a $15 Minimum Wage Would Affect His Restaurants.
For those relying on tips, we should be discussing a system that essentially mirrors the commission structure of many professions. If a server's tips plus modest hourly wage are less than $15/hour for a pay period, the employer would be required to offset the difference. And if the tips plus modest hourly is more than $15/hour, the employer doesn't need to do anything. Of course, those relying on tips might find their ability to under-report their tips to their employer a bit more difficult.

It's really not that difficult to find a solution to this "problem".
Feb 26, 2014 searunner commented on Mitt Romney Urges Governor Brewer to Veto Anti-Gay Bill.
@9 Care to cite anything Romney did while Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts that could be construed as remotely Pro-LGBT rights?

Was it his use of a moribund law that prevented non-residents from marrying in MA if there marriage would be invalid where they lived? A law that was not was not hardly enforced, if at all.

Yeah, Romney is a fair minded guy.
 

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